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If it turns out you aren't, we'll thank you for your trouble, and in that case I don't think you'll have to tell her anything about it. " "If you reach the point of joining the project, knowing what we're doing" — he hesitated — "well, damn it, if you have to tell her, I guess you have to. We have two guys who are married, and their wives know. " "Okay. What would happen if she blabbed, Rube? Or if I did? " "A man in a skintight black suit and a mask will come down your chimney and shoot you with a soundless blow dart, paralyzing you.
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